Rare Coin: If you have old coins and notes then you can earn lakhs of rupees sitting at home. These are being sold on many online platforms and there is a huge demand for them. According to media reports, there is a lot of demand for old coins of Rs 1, 2 and old notes of Rs 1,2,5 in the online market. But there are some coins that can get you up to ten lakh rupees.
These coins are of 5 and 10 but there should be a photo of Mata Vaishno Devi on these coins. These coins were issued in the year 2002. Due to the picture of Mata Rani, people are considering these coins very lucky. That’s why people are spending lakhs of rupees for such coins. It is being told that there is a lot of demand for this coin in the market. People are even bidding online to buy it.
There is a lot of demand for these coins too.
- 1 rupee old note. This note has the signature of Governor HM Patel in the year 1957. The serial number of this note is 123456.
- ONGC’s five rupee and 10 rupee commemorative coins are also getting a lot of money.
- Similarly, 100 denomination notes in an unusual numeric series of 000 786 bearing the signature of former RBI governor D Subbarao.
- There is a lot of demand for the ten rupee note of 1943, signed by CD Deshmukh, former governor of the Reserve Bank of India. The note has the Ashoka Pillar printed on one side and a boat on the other. The English word “ten rupees” should be written on the reverse of the note at two ends. According to media reports, up to Rs 25,000 can be found for this rare note.
Where can old notes and coins be sold
According to media reports, these coins and notes can be sold on various online platforms that buy and sell old items. You will also have to register to sell them on some websites.
Disclaimer: This news has been made on the basis of information received from various websites. ABP News on its part does not advise you to indulge in any such activity.)
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